We are kicking things off this month with some new dies! We have a Hi Hello die set and a Thank you die! I used the Hello die for my card.
I painted up some flowers from the With Love stamp set, with my watercolours. Once I got that all painted up, I cut the hello out of white cardstock 4 times, then cut it out of the watercolour piece layering the die cuts all together I added that all back into the card.
I am super happy with the way this one came together! Thanks for stopping by, Hugz Jessie
Hey everyone! Today I have a super sweet little card to share with you all.
Debby Hughes is one of my favorite card makers, in a long list of people I adore. But she often makes a card that gets to me to buy a stamp set. That is what happened here. I bought the Comfort & Prayers stamp set because of a card she made, so here is my version of her card.
Now I need to make another one using this set that my own brain comes up with.
But for this one I stamped out the butterflies and pulled out my Stoneground Paint Co. watercolours to paint up these vintage butterflies. It took me about 2 hours but I love sitting and watercolouring pretty cards, so I find the process super relaxing.
You can find all the supplies I used on this card linked below!
Hey everyone!I am here today, sharing some sweet little pony/unicorn (with no horn) post with you all today!
I pulled out the sweet Magical Friends set, with some fun unicorn images in it! I am sure you all know I have a watercolor obsession, so I pulled out my neglected Schmincke set to paint this little scene up.
I drew in the tree in the background with a water soluble pencil, then painted everything up. I love the simplicity of this little card.
Hey everyone! Today I am sharing some embossing and Brusho card making.
I started by embossing the Itoh Peony stamp onto some Bee Watercolor Paper.
I then wet down the paper, and sprinkled the Sunburst Yellow near the flower centers, Allowing that to dry partially I then wet the paper again and sprinkled on the Alizarin Crimson, then spraying it a little more to help it move around the page. After that, we play the waiting game, and let the watercolours dry.
Once that was dry, I cut down the front panel to fit on the front of the card. Pulling out a Hello die from my stash I cut it out of the coloured pannel and 4 times out of white cardstock to build it up.
Hey all, today I have a pretty flower card to play along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. The theme this week is No Designer Paper. Which, thankfully is pretty easy for me, I do not use a lot of patterned paper anyway.
I filmed a process video of this card. I had 2 hours and 45 minutes of footage so this video is a longer one for me. As per usual I painted in tons of layers. and am super happy with how this one turned out.
The video will be here as soon as it finishes uploading!
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